From Brian Lowry of Variety:
TV Review: â€˜Schittâ€™s Creekâ€™
Seldom has a title been more descriptive than â€œSchittâ€™s Creek,â€ a tired reunion of SCTVâ€™s Eugene Levy and Catherine Oâ€™Hara that makes a case for putting a cap on Canadian imports. Arriving in the U.S. on the rebranded Pop network, the half-hour series â€” created by Levy and his son Daniel â€” essentially builds a â€œGreen Acresâ€-like show (with a pinch, perhaps, of â€œArrested Developmentâ€) around a slim and juvenile pun, hoping the auspices and talent will carry through. Perhaps it will for Popâ€™s undemanding purposes, but that odor emanating from â€œSchittâ€™s Creekâ€ is, at best, stale. Continue reading.